Jupiter expresses itself in an experienced, joyful manner. It is the mature adolescent first making his or her own judgments about his world, at about age 12, then 24 and again at 36. Each stage is the beginning of a more “experienced” field of view: first stemming from what was seen during childhood, then from experiences in school and higher education, and after that from our experiences dealing with others as an adult.
With Jupiter, there is often an optimistic, jovial, lucky attitude to life. Hope is high and there is a tacit trust in unseen forces that everything will turn out peachy, hence why faith and divine providence is tied to Jupiter’s meaning as well. There is also an enlargement of whatever Jupiter is attached too, and this can lead to an abundance of joy or oversight leading to sadness.